A tough week.
Amino is an application centered around user-created communities. Although loosely moderated by a core team of developers who regularly prune said communities to remove inactive leaders or those which break the application’s guidelines, users have considerable freedom to decide the form and function of their communities. This article’s written as a combination of thoughts and/or observations about this intriguing application – its current state and some challenges it faces.
Following the recent release of A’s, there’ll obviously be people looking to decide whether they want to study Political Science in NUS Arts. Of course there’s the usual stuff and all, but since it’s something I know a bit about, this post might be of some help to them.
[Note: A post written to someone I know that’s going through a difficult time. Skip if uninterested, it’s spoilered for a reason.]